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Margo Jefferson. . . She nails her own faults as a writer: "reckless excess, in both praise and damnation": analogy gridlock and rhetorical overkill. Turn them inside out and you have her virtues writ large: intellectual breadth, verbal inventiveness and the storyteller's gift for making thought suspenseful and feeling palpable. It is not a style writers should imitate, but it is a style readers should savor.
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